Picture source: LondonRemembers.com
Barbican Station's cat.
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In loving memory of Pebbles our station cat, died 26th May 1997. Greatly love...
Born as Catherine Bywater. Founded the Band of Mercy movement in Britain. She also campaigned against slavery but we can find no details. Her home, Earlham Grove House, built c.1865, has also been...
Person, Animals, Philanthropy, Race Issues, Social Welfare
Greyhound. Born in Killeigh, Ireland. In a career of only three years, he won 61 races, (nineteen of them in a row), including two English Greyhound Derbys. His winning streak ended after suffering...
Animal, Animals, Sport / Games, Ireland
One of a number of organisations active in the 1920s promoting animal welfare.
We can't find any biographical information about the horse.
Son of a proprietor of a coaching firm in Paddington who built coaches, provided services to funerals and owned two small farms, one at Chalfont St Giles where he rested his horses. Bertram was bro...
Person, Animals, Theatre